About Delp Printing and Mailing
Delp Printing & Mailing started in 1970 with the purchase of a used Multilith press, a level cutter, a donated letter folder, and one postage meter. Bill and Beverly Delp ran this ambitious endeavor out of their basement for seventeen years. As the business expanded it became apparent that a much larger building was necessary. So, in 1987, Delp Printing & Mailing moved out of the basement and into a 3200 square foot location on the west side of Indianapolis. The move enabled them to expand their services to include: larger presses, prepress, plate-making, and camera-ready production.
This move would prove to be only temporary as the business continued its growth. The need for more equipment, people, and space again became a necessity. In 1991, they moved into their present location at 7750 Zionsville Road and settled into a 7300 square foot building. Here they continued to grow. In 2000, they improved on their already impressive mailing service by adding a second inkjet mailing system. Bill and Beverly then acquired the 5200 square foot space next door, where today their entire mailing operation is based.
As times changed so did the needs of their customers. It was their desire to meet the customers' changing needs and go beyond the capabilities that they had already established. Hence, they searched far and wide to acquire what they fondly refer to as their “new baby”-
the five color Komori Press with an
aqueous coater. With this addition, they can now produce an even higher quality of work at competitive prices insuring that they meet the needs of their customers and continue the high standards that they have established through their many years of service.